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Tomás Sánchez
 05/27/2004
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Tomás Sanchez was born in May 22, 1948 in Aguada de Pasajeros, Las Villas, Cuba.
1964-66 Studies at the San Alejandro School of Plastic Arts in Havana, Cuba.
1971 Graduates from the National School of Art, Havana, Cuba. The artist lives and works in southern Florida

Solo Exhibitions

1974-Pinturas y Grabados de Tomás Sánchez, L Gallery, Havana, Cuba.
1979-Tomás Sánchez Landscapes, Galiano y Concordia Gallery, Havana, Cuba.
1981- Tomás Sánchez Drawings, Joan Miró Foundation, Barcelona, Spain.
1983- Tomás Sánchez Drawings, Union of Visual Artists of Moscow, USSR; traveled to House of Culture, Prague, Czechoslovakia; City Hall.
1985- Tomás Sánchez Retrospective, National Museum of Fine Art, Havana, Cuba.
1986- Tomás Sánchez Paintings, Quintero Gallery, Barranquilla, Colombia.
1987- Relaciones de Tomás Sánchez, Centro Provicial de Artés Plásticas y Deseño, Havana; traveled to Andar Hispano-American Center, Athens, Greece; Café Gallery, Viena.
1988- Landscapes of Tomás Sánchez, Expo Art Gallery, Panama City, Panama.
1989- Landscapes of Tomás Sánchez, Arvil Gallery, Mexico, D.F., Mexico.
1994-Tomás Sánchez Paintings, De Pemex Gallery, Mexico, D.F., Mexico.
1995-Tomás Sánchez Recent Works, Weiss/Sori Fine Art, Coral Gables, Florida.
1996-Tomás Sánchez Recent Works, Museum of Art, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
1999-Tomás Sánchez: New Paintings and Drawings, Marlborough Gallery, New York.
2001-Tomás Sánchez: Recent Works, FIAC, Paris, France.
Tomás Sánchez: Obras Recientes, Galería Marlborough, Madrid, Spain.

Selected Group Exhibitions

1973-International Triennial of Printmaking, Krakow, Poland.
1975-Biennial of Japan, Tokyo, Japan. Triennial of India, New Delhi, India.
1976-Biennial of Cali, Cali, Colombia. VI International Triennial of Printmaking, Krakow, Poland.
1980-XIX Premio Internacional de Dibujo Joan Miró, Barcelona, Spain. II Salon de Paisaje, Amelia Peláez Gallery, Havana, Cuba. La Generación de la Esperanza Cierta, traveling show in Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Yugoslavia.
1981-Volumen I, Centro de Arte San Rafael, Havana, Cuba. Técnica Cubana, Galería Latina, Stockholm, Sweden. Contemporary Drawings & Graphics Exhibit, Lionel Wendt Center of Fine Art, Colombo, Sri Lanka; traveled to Kabul, Afghanistan. Cuban Paintings, Helsinki, Finland. First Look: 10 Young artists from Cuba Today, Westbeth Gallery, New York
1982-III Bienal Iboamericana de Arte, Mexico, D.F., Mexico. XXI Premio Internacional de Dibujo Joan Miró, Barcelona, Spain.
1983-XXII Premio Internacional de Dibujo Joan Miró, Barcelona, Spain. 4Plástica Cubana Contemporanea, National Museum, Bogotá, Colombia. Siete Artistas Cubanos Contemporáneos, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Madrid, Spain. Salon Paisaje 82, National Museum of Fine Art, Havana, Cuba.
1984- Primera Bienal de la Habana, Havana, Cuba.Cuba: Pintura Joven, Grendale Campus Art Gallery, Toronto, Canada. Veinte Pintores Contemporáneos, Esplanade de la Defense Gallery, Paris, France.
1985-XVIII Bienal de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.
1986-Young Cuban Artists, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Cuban Paintings, Museo de Arte, San José, Costa Rica. II Bienal de la Habana, Havana, Cuba. V International Biennial of Graphic Art, Cali, Colombia. V Triennial of India, New Delhi, India. Biennial of Contemporary Art, Paris, France.
1987-I International Biennial of Painting, Cuenca, Ecuador.
1988-Cuban Paintings, Jaime Guash Foundation, Madrid, Spain .
1989-III Bienal de la Habana, Havana, Cuba.
1990-Latin American Master, Bernheim Gallery, Panama .
1992-De Cuba a Cuba: El Arte Como Puente, Cuban Museum of Art & Culture, Miami, Florida.
1993-Tomás Sánchez, Magic Image Group and Antonia Eiriz, Weiss/Sori Fine Art, Coral Gables, Florida.
1994-Cuban Artists of the Twentieth Century, Museum of Art, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Forma y Figuracion: obras maestras de la coleccion Blake-Purnell, Museo Guggenheim, Bilbao, Spain.
 
 
 
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